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Computer won't turn on

Been having a problem with a new computer I built at christmas. Power button won't always work, and now it won't work at all...Can't turn my computer on. Was wondering if it would be in the connection to the button itself or if it's the powersupply or the connection to the motherboard (led lights ect...) Anything you could offer as a suggestion would be awesome, I've got nothing but a headache from this, and I don't want to take it in if it's something I can fix by myself...

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  • SIC01 Mar 04, 2008

    I actually got it shortly after I posted, it was a bad connection between the switch itself and the motherboard. Learned how to saulder really quickly. Thank you so much though.

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Check all led's. then make sure your switch is connected to the motherboard properly. if a conection to the switch is loose (which is what it seems) it wont register to start the boot process.

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